Businesses like car washes and truck garages use trenches or pits to collect the debris that falls from vehicles. It is important to maintain them to ensure a smooth running system that does its job right.
How Does the Trench or Pit Work?
Trenches or pits run through the center of a car wash or truck garage. Here’s the process in four simple steps:
- When a car is washed, the wastewater flows down into the trench.
- The trench allows water to flow to the oil-water separator, while collecting and holding debris like mud, gravel, and grit to prevent it from moving forward.
- As the sludge collects overtime, it needs to be removed or clogs may cause backups.
- While some businesses remove the sludge with shovels, there are better methods to cleaning and clearing the trench or pit.
How are Trenches or Pits Cleaned?
Utilizing state-of-the-art equipment and our trucks, we:
- Completely power wash lines to clean the area
- Pump out the waste
- Follow all guidelines for disposal of waste
While we’re out cleaning your trench or pit we can also offer these services:
- Hydrojet your drain lines
- Clean your oil-water separators
- Pump your catch basin
This service leaves you worry-free! We recommend a maintenance schedule, so you never worry about waiting too long, then realize you have a costly clog or backup.
About Miller Septic
Miller Septic is a local owned company that offers residential and commercial septic cleaning services. We have over 30 years of experience meeting the needs of Northeast Ohio residents and businesses. Our services include: pumping septic tanks, locating septic tanks, providing point of sale inspections, cleaning grease traps and catch basins, hauling municipal sludge, providing leach line rejuvenation, hydro excavation and more! We proudly serve Holmes County, Wayne County, Tuscarawas County, Coshocton County, Stark County, Ashland County and Carroll County. Contact us today to get your septic tank pumped. Follow Us on Facebook for regular updates.